An affordable alternative to more expensive industrial welders hits the market
The Eastwood Company’s Eastwood MIG 250 Welder is designed for fabrication shops, as well as DIY fabricators.
The MIG 250 operates on 120v or 240v and offers infinitely adjustable 30-250 amp welding range. Featuring inverter technology, the MIG 250 can be run off of a generator and weighs half as much as other comparable machines.
It’s easy to set up and accepts 4″ and 8″ diameter wire spools of .023″ to .045″.
With infinitely adjustable controls, it can weld 18 gauge up to 1/2″ steel, and aluminum up to 1/4″ thick, with the optional spool gun, and offers a 60% duty cycle at 250 amp setting.
“Since the introduction of the Eastwood Versa-Cut 60 Plasma Cutter, we have had requests for a more powerful, industrial MIG welder,” said Nick Capinski, Eastwood Senior Content Manager.
“Eastwood focused on developing a machine that would deliver on performance, quality, and price,” says Capinski. “The MIG 250 delivers ease of use and lower prices than comparable industrial units.”